Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.
Cheyenne News Staff
Castellanos Jury Recommends Life Without Parole
Cheyenne jury does not recommend the death penalty in the Castellanos trial, but insead choose life without parole.
Yellowstone National Park Tourism Raises $400 Million In Economic Benefit
The peer-reviewed visitor spending analysis was conducted by U.S. Geological Survey economists for the National Park Service.
Fight Results in Death of Casper Man – Cheyenne Man Arrested
Cheyenne police Lt. Rob Dafoe says early reports indicated that several males had been fighting in the area. At approximately 2:06 AM, responding officers found a male subject lying unconscious with head trauma.
Cheyenne Police: 2013 Shows Decrease in Crime
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says the decrease in crime can be attributed to the Cheyenne Police Department being fully staffed for the first time in years.
Barrasso Responds to Latest Obamacare Delay
Barrasso says it's time for Democrats to work with Republicans on health care reform ideas that give Americans what they wanted all along - access to affordable health care.
Yellowstone Invites Proposals For Guided, Interpretive Oversnow Vehicle Tours
The new contracts will take the place of 13 concession contracts for guided interpretive snowcoach tours and 21 commercial use authorizations (CUA) for guided interpretive snowmobile tours currently in place in Yellowstone.
Winter Travel Restrictions to Begin on Bridger-Teton National Forest
Spokeswoman Mary Cernicek says the restrictions include areas of crucial wildlife winter range that are closed to all human presence.
Wyoming Game and Fish Says Be Aware of Migrating Animals
Areas where road construction has taken place are also attractive to wildlife as they congregate in newly seeded areas where groundcover seeding has taken place.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Says Use GPS and A Map
The patrol says a 19 year-old female was located last weekend by troopers on a U.S. Forest Service road in the Big Horn mountains after spending a night in her car after she became stuck. She was apparently following driving instructions on her GPS.
Bureau of Land Management: Respect Cultural Resources on Public Lands
Laws such as the National Historic Preservation Act, the Archaeological Resource Protection Act, and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, prohibit disturbing, or removing artifacts.